This study examined the effects of (a) schema-enriched communication and (b) computer-based messaging on the sharing of knowledge and problem solving in teams with deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) and typical hearing (TH) postsecondary students. Four-member teams comprising either all DHH, all TH, or two DHH and two TH postsecondary students solved a complex problem. Measures consisted of (a) shared written information, (b) creation of a matrix with information for solving the problem, (c) recognition of information shared by team members, and (d) quality of the team’s problem solution. A total of 126 DHH and 126 TH postsecondary students participated in the study in teams with one of the three combinations of hearing status. Enriched communication increased teams’ sharing of written information, creation of a matrix, recognition of information shared by teammates and quality of the problem solution in teams.